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Tiffen 72mm Variable Neutral Density Filter EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Tiffen 72mm Variable Neutral Density (ND) Filter w/ 2 to 8 Stop Light Control (72VND) for $59.99 - $20 mail-in rebate = $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Dealhunter30, IndigoWinter2667 & DanweiD

Note: To be eligible for rebate, you must purchase by 5/13/2020; rebate claim must be postmarked by 6/7/2020; see full terms & conditions on rebate form.

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  • This filter allows you to have continuous control over the amount of light coming through your lens in an approximate range of 2 (ND 0.6) to 8 (ND 2.4) stops.
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Last Edited by StrawMan86 May 13, 2020 at 08:28 AM
today 5/13 is the last day to purchase for rebate eligiblity; see full terms & conditions on rebate form [bhphoto.com].

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Probably should also mention its only 39.99 after MIR instead of posting B&H daily deals without reading them further.
Makes the deal even better.
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Hmm, tempted to try this for some upcoming wedding videos instead of my set of ProND individual filters, but the lack of stops seems like a big problem. If you're looking through the lens I'm a one man band situation and happen to turn it past the limits (which it lets you do) you get strange patterns. Still, might be better than trying to swap individual filters between shots.

Also FYI, the 77mm and 82mm are also on sale for 10 and 20 more respectively with the same rebate available.
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I would do a 67mm or 95mm, but I don't think I have a 72mm lens.
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Get a filter for your biggest threaded lens and use step up filter rings to use the same filter for all ur lenses
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https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...nsity.html

Offer expires 05/13/20

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPMVQhLboYM

I picked one up, and a few stepdown rings to fit various lenses
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Picked one up, thanks!
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Just note that not all step up works. I tried step my 39mm up to 46mm and my 46mm B+W Variable ND creates bad vignetting for my wide lenses (<35mm). Those rings have thickness and variable NDs are thick too so you better off buy the correct size.
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I would do a 67mm or 95mm, but I don't think I have a 72mm lens.
You can get step-up or step-down rings. Eliminates the need for multiple filters
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77mm & 82mm also on sale, a more common size
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I have heard about bad things (unwanted x marks show up when shooting wide angle) about variable ND filters. Is it a general thing that variable ND filters are bad, or it's just those of poor quality?
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I have heard about bad things (unwanted x marks show up when shooting wide angle) about variable ND filters. Is it a general thing that variable ND filters are bad, or it's just those of poor quality?
Yeah I've heard claims that good, expensive ones will work, but have yet to see proof of this.
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Probably should also mention its only 39.99 after MIR instead of posting B&H daily deals without reading them further.
Makes the deal even better.
EDIT: I was wrong. This is the link [dropbox.com] I found before that was incorrect.

Correct, valid rebate on the item and found here [bhphoto.com]
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